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Speaking with GQ Magazine for their January 2013 issue, Snoop Lion opens up about his affection for the drug, as well as, his kids consuming ganja.
Snoop Lion launched his new documentary Reincarnation last year, which traces his spiritual journey into Rastafarianism during a visit to Jamaica. Shares Lady Saw is dismissing rumors that she will be making a grand return to dancehall despite being baptized and giving her live to Christ.
Shares Alkaline has stepped forward to dismiss recent rumors that his United States visa was cancelled resulting in cancelled shows. Genyornis was a large, flightless bird that lived in Australia until 50 thousand years ago.
Genyornis declined and became extinct over a short period of time a€” too short for it to be plausibly explained by climate change.
Scientists say an Aboriginal rock art depiction of an extinct giant bird could be Australia's oldest painting. It was rediscovered at the centre of the Arnhem Land plateau about two years ago, but archaeologists first visited the site a fortnight ago.
Archaeologist Ben Gunn said the giant birds became extinct more than 40 000 years ago. Mr Gunn says there are paintings of other extinct animals right across the area including the thylacine, or tasmanian tiger, the giant echidna and giant kangaroo. The traditional owners of the land in the Northern Territory say they are excited the painting could be Australia's oldest dated rock art. This video shows Australian Aborigines collecting Genyornis eggs, then being chased away not only by the Genyornis female who laid them, but by the largest lizard that ever lived, Megalania prisca - it was 5.5 metres long, weighed 400 kg, and looked like a much larger Komodo Dragon.
Genyornis newtoni was the last of the large, flightless mihirungs ('thunder birds') endemic to Australia.
Mihirungs were large, flightless birds with deep lower jaws, a distinctly shaped quadrate bone (connecting upper and lower jaws), stubby wings, massive hind legs and hoof-like toes. Genyornis was heavily built, but not the largest dromornithid; that distinction goes to the late Miocene Dromornis stirtoni, one of the largest birds known. Genyornis had a wide distribution in a variety of habitats, but seems to have preferred open forest and savannah-grasslands to more the more closed forest habitats preferred by earlier mihirungs.
Photo: Genyornis newtoni, a thunderbird from the pleistocene of Australia, pencil drawing, digital coloring. The diet of Genyornis has not been determined by any direct evidence although it appears to have been herbivorous. Genyornis has sometimes found in large numbers at fossil sites, suggesting that it may have lived in flocks. The eggs of Genyornis have been found in sand dune deposits, which have also preserved the eggshells of emus. Millera€™s team has focused on one member of the extinct megafauna, Genyornis newtoni, a large, ostrich-sized bird that inhabited much of the semi-arid zone, nesting in sand hills near inland lakes. Millera€™s group has now analyzed fossil amino acid ratios from more than 1000 Genyornis eggshells from seven different regions of the outback. Deposits with Genyornis eggshell often contain the bones of other elements of extinct megafauna, whereas deposits that postdate Genyornis extinction are devoid of these remains, implying that the well-dated Genyornis extinction is representative of Australian megafaunal extinction in general. Photo above: Gifford Miller examines a Genyornis fossil eggshell in the field in Australia. Asad:Gay's Lion farm was in El Monte, California, which is about 13 miles from Los Angeles. Asad:Cape Lion Two of the eight recognized lion subspecies, North African Barbary lion (Panthera leo leo) and South African Cape lion (Panthera leo melanochaita), have become extinct in the wild in the last 150 years.
But the rapper turned reggae artist got some backlash last year when photos of him and his son smoking weed surfaced online. Vegas Cursing Out Drake For Not Giving Dancehall Enough Credit For Album SuccessMay 18, 2016 Alkaline U.S. Many species became extinct in Australia around that time, coinciding with the arrival of humans.
In May 2010, archaeologists announced the rediscovery of an Aboriginal rock art painting, possibly 40 000 years old, that depicts two of the birds in detail.
The red ochre painting, which depicts two emu-like birds with their necks outstretched, could date back to the earliest days of settlement on the continent.
The Jawoyn Association's Wes Miller says the painting is one of thousands rediscovered across Arnhem Land in recent years.
They lacked a keeled sternum (breastbone), a specialization related to the reduction of flight muscles.
Although a complete, undamaged skull of Genyornis is yet to be found, it did not have the extreme development of the beak of Dromornis or Bullockornis (the latter known from a complete skull with massive, curved beak).


The eggs of Genyornis were large (up to 1.6 kg, almost twice the volume of emu eggs), smooth in texture and less elongate than emu eggs. Gambier, Salt Creek and Naracoorte Caves in South Australia, and from Wellington Caves and Cuddie Springs in New South Wales. Eggshell fragments have been found in sand dunes, and Genyornis may have used these dunes as nesting sites. Many palaeontologists are convinced that dromornithids were mainly if not exclusively herbivorous. Fossils of Genyornis have been found with pebbles (gastroliths) in the gizzard region, which are unknown in carnivores. Their massive legs were well muscled, providing the necessary power in spite of their bulk.
The eggshells of this bird are the most ubiquitous and best-preserved Quaternary fossils in the outback. Eggshell amino acid racemization kinetics have been carefully studied experimentally, and many fossil samples have been independently dated.
Although hunting pressures remain a distinct possibility, it is equally likely that systematic burning by early humans disrupted the landscape to the extent that animals with highly specialized diets became extinct, while generalists survived. Williams of the School of Biological Sciences, The Flinders University found fossil eggshell fragments from a sand dune near Port Augusta, and attributed them to Genyornis newtoni. I measured 35 lions skulls in Dutch museums (17 +, 18 >) and than read Mazak's table on tiger skulls in order to be able to establish the differences between African lions and Indian tigers. Fossils of Genyornis have been found in association with human artefacts, including cave paintings and carved footprints, and Genyornis must have co-existed with humans for a considerable amount of time (at least 15 000 years).
Eggshell fragments have been found in dune deposits in South Australia and footprints, possibly those of Genyornis, have been found in Pleistocene dunes in southern Victoria. Dromornithids lack a hooked beak, as in raptors, and have hoof-like rather than recurved claws on their feet.
Gastroliths would have been used to help break up its food, as they do in other herbivorous birds. Holes similar to those made by mammalian canine teeth have been found in some Genyornis eggshell fragments.
This lends confidence to the finding that Genyornis disappeared suddenly and synchronously throughout the outback, about 50 000 years ago.
Shell curvature measurements show that the eggs were larger than those of the Emu, and radiocarbon dates indicate an age in excess of 40 680 BP. The Asiatic lions once ranged from the Mediterranean to the north-eastern parts of the Indian subcontinent, but excessive hunting, water pollution and decline in natural prey reduced their habitat. Although they have become extinct in the wild, both Barbary and Cape lions had previously been exhibited in European zoos (especially the former, apparently being the most commonly exhibited lion), and hence, their genes may still be present in captive lions (Guggisberg 1963; Hemmer 1978). The massive, crushing beaks of at least of some species suggest that they were a combination of predators and scavengers, much like today's hyenas. The lower jaw of Genyornis was exceptionally deep and heavily ossified, a condition unusual in birds. It is quite possible, given its anatomy and discovery of gastroliths, that Genyornis was herbivorous but the larger Bullockornis and Dromornis had a more varied diet. The size of these holes suggests that the predators were either Tasmanian devils or eastern quolls, both of which are known from the dune deposits. Historically, Asiatic lions were classified into three kinds – Bengal, Arabian and Persian lions. The Cape lionUnlike the Barbary lion, our results do not support the ‘‘distinctness’’ of the Cape lion.
This suggests that Genyornis required great force along the jaw and tip of the beak in order to break up its food.
Dromornithids are also found in large numbers in some deposits, unlike carnivores which, at the top of the food chain, are generally very rare. The conclusion is, there isn't much to choose between African lions and Indian tigers for greatest total length and zygomatic width.
A minority view holds that dromornithids were to some degree carnivorous, citing the huge size of the beak ('a case of overdesign').
In adult males, the maximum skull length is 330–340 mm, while that of females is 266–277 mm. Howard Gilhousen, psychologists of the University of California at Los Angeles, Joseph Cooper is preparing to try the fascinating experiment. The scientific record for the longest male is of 292 cm, while the maximum height to the shoulders reported is of 107 cm.
One of his subjects will be the most vicious of 155 lions and cubs that roam a five-acre enclosure at Gay’s Lion Farm, El Monte, Calif.About two years ago, Cooper explains, a Hungarian anatomy professor discovered that some human mental disorders responded favorably to repeated injections of a drug called metrazol.


The Captain Smee hunted a male of 268 cm long, which weight 222.3 kg, excluding the entrails.
However, Asiatic Cheetahs preferred open grasslands, and the Asiatic Lions preferred open forests interspersed with grasslands, which is also home to tigers and leopards. At one time, the Bengal Tiger and Asiatic lion might have competed with each other for food and territory.
Here is the image, check the last part: Now I had found, in the “LeotigrisElite” forum, a very good list of measurements and weights of modern Indian lions. The figures were posted by SpiritLion a lion fan that had made a good investigation in the subject.
Speidel, professor of anatomy at the University of Virginia, recently learned how such cures take place.
Treating tadpoles under the microscope, he found that metrazol attacked certain nerve endings and junctions in the brain, so that they literally disappeared. It was like breaking a poor telephone connection, and substituting a good one.Boldly carrying on the experiments with the most dangerous of subjects, Cooper has been trying out metrazol injections on African lions to determine the dosage needed to bring about mental changes. For safety, the animal subject is placed in a “squeeze cage” devised at the farm for veterinary treatment (P. Secured in any desired position by four notched handles, one side of the cage moves inward to pin the animal against the opposite side, while Cooper deftly injects the chemical into its blood stream.After these preliminary experiments, Cooper intends to try the metrazol “taming” treatment upon Dynamite, his prize patient.
This hulking mass of concentrated meanness has killed five other male lions in gang fights.
So much as point a finger at him, as he glowers at you from a cage, and the pupils of his eyes open with camera-shutter speed from the size of a dime to that of a half dollar.
Roaring and clawing to get at you, he flies into tantrums of rage, exhibiting all the outward symptoms of homicidal mania. If Cooper can give a lion like Dynamite the disposition of a lamb, he will have accomplished a feat never before achieved by a psychologista€”or by anybody else. Twice weekly for two years, Cooper has been studying the mental processes of African lions. In “psychoanalyzing” his subjects, he doesn’t make them run through mazes, like rats and guinea pigs. Instead, he constantly observes their natural behavior, in fighting, playing, feeding, and mating. His keen-eyed observations at the big lion farm, jotted down in his ever-handy notebook, reveal fascinating and little-known facts about the habits of the king of beasts.During his 1,000-hour vigil, 150 litters were born. Cubs a few-weeks old, he observed, snarl ferociouslya€”with the incongruous accompaniment of a sound like a kitten’s purr.
By the time their first birthdays roll around, the snarl is backed up by a roar that no one could mistake.Older lions attack unusual objects, when they are released from their cages into the open stockades. When lions occasionally quarrel among themselves, they first square off and box with forepaws.
After one lunges, others join in.When Cooper first came to the El Monte farm, he could tell one lion from another only by its size. Twenty minutes before the noonday meala€”two tons of succulent horse tenderloina€”one lion scratches at the steel-sheathed gate.
I will, however, translate the main points of every page posted.  The article, by the way, shows V. He measured well over 200 lion skulls and also found quite a number of reliable records on length and weight.
THE CAPE LION - Page 1At this page, the writers refer to Jentink (for more on every name mentioned, see the page with references). Jentink reported on a skeleton (in the Museum mentioned above) of a lion from what was then known as the Cape Colony. Mazak and Husson referred to descriptions of Harris (1840), Smith (1858) and Fitzinger (1868), who were in general agreement as to the characteristics of this subspecies. Lundholm's description of a  female skull (1952) is in general agreement with the observations of others. Cape skulls all show shortened and straightened occiputs (like in Javan tiger skulls), short but wide rostrums (like in Caspian tiger skulls), larger and stronger teeth (like in Indonesian tiger skulls) and slightly protruding lower jaws. Apart from the skull, they differed from other subspecies in the both shoulder and belly mane. Larger than in Barbary lions and all other subspecies. THE CAPE LION - Page 7Below the drawing, you'll find hair length in (stuffed) Cape lions (in the Leiden en Paris Natural History Museums) and 2 Prague Zoo lions. Mazak and Husson argue that Kruger and Cape lions, regarding a number of features (rostrum and teeth), could be quite close.



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